December 7, 2011 in Games
[prMac.com] Lithuania, Vilnius - According to On5, the first edition of Charadium was a successful project and gathered its audience. The game won recognition among players and iPhone community, and was even mentioned on the "Apps to install on iPhone 4" list pages at apple.com.
The idea behind the second part of this tiny iOS blockbuster is the same: you draw; they guess (or vice versa). It features live and turn-based game modes, intuitive controls, and online multiplayer system.
But there is more to Charadium II, it comes not only with fresh challenging tasks, lots of fun and emotions but also has some extra functionality and gameplay on board. The developers introduced the new "King of the Hill" mode where players who guess more get more chance to draw. They also introduced an advanced cheater control system to make the gameplay fair and transparent. It also features turn-based games, similar to those in We Doodle, but re-worked from ground up, now it's a totally new experience.
Charadium II includes an extended color palette and advanced set of realistic brushes tools to help iOS gamers in reaching the ultimate way of mobile self-expression.
The game is now location-aware: it tells your rank in your city and country, and the intelligent match-making system tries to connect you to friends and the people who are in the same city, first.
The release of Charadium II is multilingual: English, German, French, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, and Spanish languages are fully supported. Additionally, gamers can play in Norwegian and Polish.
There are free and paid versions of Charadium II. Both paid versions for iPhone and iPad can be picked up on the App Store for just $1.99 ($0.99 during the first days after the release).
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 9.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Charadium II (v2.0) is free for those who have previously purchased advanced features in Charadium or We Doodle. Additionally, developers claim to gift any other $0.99 app to each person disappointed in Charadium II during the first 3 days after release of the game. Both campaigns are only available on the US App Store.
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